Hi Lukas, thanks very much for the tip! When selecting the desired date range, using the manual email report function still produced emails with unopenable pdf files. I could not open them in either Mac Preview or Acrobat Reader (Mac OS X 10.14.4).
‘Adobe Acrobat Reader could not open ‘Report [URL Report Name] - week April 1 - 7, 2019.pdf’ because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been damaged (for example, it was sent as an email attachment and wasn’t correctly decoded).’
However, the download function as per the previous post does work. One thing I noticed in the pdf report for site 1 is that the download section was spread out over 4 pages, the title ‘Download’ at the bottom of the first of these pages under the other lines of text and tables, then the next page was blank, then the 3rd of these pages had the download data at the top (2 rows) with nothing underneath, then the last of these pages was a repeat of the previous. This did not affect the downloaded pdf report for Site 2 because there was no download activity in that period.
One final thing I noticed is that when editing the report, under Display Options, if I choose 'Display report tables (Graphs only for key metrics), and save and download, I get no graphs (behaviour of this setting has been inconsistent with my installation for all reports so eventually I stopped using it), whereas if I select the tables and graphs for all metrics option, I get the graphs on every page as it should be.